29th National Space Symposium

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Leading the Next Generation into Space


Northrop Grumman is showcasing its technologies, products and programs that provide integrated, affordable solutions spanning the domains of space, air, surface and cyber at the 29th National Space Symposium.

The symposium, widely known as the premier U.S. space policy and program forum, takes place at the Broadmoor Hotel, Colorado Springs, Colo., April 8-11, 2013.

Northrop Grumman plays a dominant role in developing technologies that advance space science and exploration; protect the nation, our allies and military forces, and respond to the nation's cybersecurity needs.

Among the featured programs and technologies in Northrop Grumman's exhibit booth #600 are:

  • The James Webb Space Telescope, NASA's next great observatory that will inspire the future generation of scientists and engineers to push the boundaries of technology even further, and
  • evolutionary Extremely High Frequency, a capability that will make protected military satellite communications more affordable, resilient and widely available to all U.S. military services.

As a co-sponsor of this year's National Space Symposium, Northrop Grumman hosts the Opening Ceremony. The courtesy shuttle buses are also provided by the company.

Tom Vice, Corporate Vice President and President, Northrop Grumman Aerospace Systems, and new Space Foundation Board member, will welcome guests at this year's Opening Ceremony and introduce the evening's presentation. The ceremony takes place Monday, April 8, 6:30 p.m., at the International Center, Main Stage.

Earlier the same day, Joe Heagerty, Business Development Director, Cyber Solutions Division, Northrop Grumman Information Systems, joins the Cyber 1.3 Panel – Digital Natives and Their Solutions, taking place in Colorado Hall at 2:30 p.m.

Highlighted Programs
Advanced EHF Payloads
Advanced EHF Payloads
Anti-Jam MilSatcom Overview
Anti-Jam MilSatcom Overview
CERES
CERES
Cybersecurity
Cybersecurity
Eagle Spacecraft Products
Eagle Spacecraft Products
Enhanced Polar System
Enhanced Polar System
EOS Aqua
EOS Aqua
EOS Aura
EOS Aura
GEO Integrated Framework
GEO Integrated Framework
GEOHome
GEOHome
GEOINT
GEOINT
GEOINT Symposium
GEOINT Symposium
Global Hawk
Global Hawk
High Efficiency Cryocoolers
High Efficiency Cryocoolers
Low Cost Terminals
Low Cost Terminals
Modular Space Vehicle Bus
Modular Space Vehicle Bus
M-Pulse
M-Pulse
New Worlds Observer
New Worlds Observer
Space Radar
Space Radar
STSS
STSS
Webb Telescope
Webb Telescope


News Media Contacts

Lon Rains
Space Systems
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Bob Bishop
Military Space
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